It's no secret that Newton is a big stop for political campaigns, and NewTV's "Sound Off" with John MacGillivray is almost always on the schedule.
MacGillivray, who serves as the city's veterans' service officer, recently sat down with U.S. Senate candidates Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren.
"Sound Off" is a show that focuses on veterans as well as the programs and services available for veterans.
Brown, a Republican, spoke with MacGillivray about why he joined the Army National Guard in 1979. He also touched on a number of veterans' issues including the claim process and a bill that would give tax break to businesses for hiring veterans.
Brown was first elected to the seat in a 2010 special election following the death of longtime Senator Ted Kennedy.
Warren, a Democrat, spoke to MacGillivray about her family's history in serving in the military, including her three brothers. She highlighted the importance of passing a jobs bill to put a large number of unemployed people, especially veterans, back to work.
Although "Sound Off" is filmed here in Newton at NewTV's studios, the program airs in more than 100 communities across the state, according to MacGillivray.
To view the "Sound Off Election Special 2012" with Brown and Warren, click on the video above or visit NewTV's website.